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  • 1. Business of Anaerobic Digestion Project Delivery Basics BioCycle West – Pre-Conference Workshop April 16th Portland OregonAdam Halsband – Business Development Manager EISENMANN Corporation
  • 2. Agenda• Key Components of Project Development• Key Elements of Project Delivery• Project Delivery Approach and Drivers – Project Development and Delivery Timeline – Tools and Terminology – Preliminary Engineering – Project Delivery Organization• Contract Structures• Which Approach is Right for You?
  • 3. Key Components of Project Development Project Developer XYZ Group Feedstock Technology- Operations (WSA) Permitting Offtake + Finance
  • 4. Key Components of Project Development Fully “Baked” Project Feedstock Technology- Operations Offtake Finance (WSA) Permitting
  • 5. Key Elements of Project Delivery • Design – Preliminary Design Engineering – Detail Design Engineering • Build – Procurement – Construction Management – Construction – Commissioning • Operate – Operations – Maintenance • Own/Transfer
  • 6. Typical Project Timeline Project Development Master Planning Waste Supply & Digestate Offtake Agreements Preliminary Siteing Interconnect Verification Independent rate Preliminary Engineering limiting step Permitting PPA Finance Due Diligence Detail Engineering Project Kickoff * Construction Management Delivery method Commissioning defines overlap Operation and Maint.
  • 7. Project Delivery Approaches Higher Lower Design-Bid-BuildOwner’s Const. Manage EPC Project Risk Cost EPC w/ Wrap Design/Build Lower Higher BOT Slower Faster Completion Rate*
  • 8. Tools and Terminology • “Statement of Requirements” – Prepared by Developer and/or Owner – Captures key project information and goals • “Project Execution Plan” – Prepared by Engineering Firm – Captures project execution strategy and milestones • “Basis of Design” (BOD) - Preliminary Engineering – Prepared by Engineering Firm – 30% design with +/- 25% Cost accuracy – Crucial preliminary engineering required for; • Permitting • Siteing • Project Finance
  • 9. Preliminary Engineering • Preliminary Engineering Typically Includes: – Project Execution Plan – Process Flow Diagram – General Arrangement Drawings with Equipment Layouts – Site Plans – Preliminary Equipment List with Sizes – Heat and Mass Balance/P&ID’s – Electrical Single Line – Motor List and Electrical Loads – Interconnect plan – Process controls outline – PHA – Process Hazard Analysis – O&M Plan with estimated costs – Project Cost Estimate
  • 10. Preliminary Engineering • Requires Multiple Disciplines – Civil Engineering – Mechanical/Process Engineering – Electrical/Controls Engineering – Project/Construction Management – Procurement/Estimating – Environmental Engineering/Permit Specialists
  • 11. Project Delivery Organization Chart
  • 12. Typical Project Timeline Statement of Project Development Requirements Master Planning Waste Supply & Digestate Project Offtake Agreements Execution Plan Preliminary Siteing Interconnect Verification Preliminary Preliminary Engineering Engineering Permitting PPA Finance Due Diligence Detail Engineering Project Kickoff * Construction Management Commissioning Operation and Maint.
  • 13. Contract Structure Warranty – Guarantees • Project “Wrap” • Performance Guarantee(s) – Construction (Time and Cost) Guarantee – Process Guarantee Typical Contract Payment Terms • Fixed Price – Milestone payments • Fixed Price with Escalator(s) – Raw materials – Currency • Cost Plus – Open Book • Shared Savings/Shared Overruns • Schedule Reward
  • 14. Which approach is right for you? Project Delivery Approach Drivers • Risk – Strength of Developer/Owner Group – Complexity of Scope – Investor/Finance Tolerance • Speed – Integration of roles – Rate limiting steps • Cost – Cash Flow – Overall Project Cost Control • Strategies to manage cost risks
  • 15. Thank You Adam HalsbandBusiness Development Manager EISENMANN Corporation 815-482-4335adam.halsband@eisenmann.com